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JGB Live at Jerry Garcia Ampitheater on 2011-08-06

by JGB



01 Expressway To Your Heart
02 That's Alright
03 Love In The Afternoon
04 You Never Can Tell
05 That's What Love Will Make You Do
06 Sitting Here In Limbo
07 Melvin's Miracle Speech
08 Waiting For A Miracle
09 Promised Land
10 I Hope It Won't Be This Way
11 Who Was John John
12 Talking To The Man
13 Ride Mighty High
14 Encore: How Sweet It Is


Collection JGB
Band/Artist JGB
Venue Jerry Garcia Ampitheater
Location South San Francisco, CA

Source AT822 > Zoom H2 @24/96 PLUS (unknown AT mics) > Tascam Dr-2d @24/96
Lineage Flash Drive (one source) and DVD flac files (other source) > Hard Drive > Soundforge > Adobe Audition > CDWave > TLH
Taped by Jeff Webb and Peter Toluzzi and another guy whose name I forgot!
Transferred by Peter Toluzzi

Notes

Melvin Seals, Jimmy Tebeau, Pete Lavezzolli, Cheryl Starks, Shirley Rucker, and
Stu Allen tracks 01 -06, Dave Hebert Tracks 08-14

This recording is a mix of two sources. One source, recorded by Jeff Webb from a little way behind the sound booth, is AT822 > Zoom H2 @24/96, and provides the majority of the signal. A second source, recorded by Peter Toluzzi, is (unknown AT mics) > Tascam Dr-2d @24/96, recorded in front of the sound booth... not sure if there was a connection problem, but my recording was very bright and had no bass whatsoever. These two sources complemented each other, and I mixed them together (along with an equalized version of Jeff's recording) to produce this result. It sounds pretty decent, enjoy! Um, I also did my best to reduce most of the worst wind noise, but there's plenty still there! There's also about thirteen minutes, including all of Limbo, that came from just my source... equalized to the max... This was Stu Allen's return to the band after a three-month touring hiatus, and after introducing the crowd to his new baby (and vice versa) he left the stage and his touring replacement, Dave Hebert, completed the gig.

Also, I forgot to mention in the info document that Ray Hauk guested on trumpet for the last three songs, and Duke Davis on sax for the last two.

Reviews

Reviewer: mikefox - - September 3, 2011
Subject: JGB
funny,the dog talkin over melvin.Go see jgb if you can,I did and I was moved.thanks for taping.
Reviewer: auweia - - September 2, 2011
Subject: alternate version
if you want to hear Jeff's source by itself, on one single MP3 file, that's here

http://www.bluoz.com/blog/index.php?/archives/1318-Jerry-Day-2011-Melvin-Seals-and-the-JGB-band.html

about half of Sitting in Limbo is missing(didn't push record in time-change to new file between songs), which is why it's another source here on Archive
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